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Berkshire Junior Chess

Match Detail
Results - Berkshire Junior Congress (Under 8)
Sections:Under 8Under 10Under 12Under 14Under 18
Date, Location:Sun, 16-Nov-2008, Wellington College
Further info:6 rounds, 5 entrants (56 in all sections), ages as of: 31-Aug-2008, grade bonus: 30
See also:Last Season's results (Sun, 16-Nov-2008), Printer-friendly page

Final Standings
NameGradeAgeSchoolPointsNew Grade
1st Anath Vijayakumar 7 Burlington Junior 5
2nd= Benjamin Dunbar 600 7 Curridge 4 654(+54)Berks U8 trophy
Andrew Smailes 7 Feltonfleet 4
Anthony Zhang 663 6 Walter 4 669(+6)Berks U8 trophy
5 James Long 7 Lochinver House 1

Footnote: Qualification for the London Junior Championships is as follows:
Under 8: 4 from 6
Under 10 Major: 4.5 or more from 6
Under 10 Minor: 3.5 or 4 from 6
Under 12 Major: 4.5 or more from 6
Under 12 Minor: 3.5 or 4 from 6

(see below for information on how to use this table) Show grading data
1Anath Vijayakumar b5+ w2- b3+ b4+ bye+b2+ 52.8
2Benjamin Dunbar b3- b1+ bye+b5+ w4+ w1- 43.2 11663 0.4124
3Andrew Smailes w2+ b4- w1- bye+w5+ b5+ 42.5
4Anthony Zhang bye+w3+ b5+ w1- b2- bye+42.3 10600 0.59-24
5James Long w1- bye+w4- w2- b3- w3- 13.5

  1. The Num column is the position of the player in the final standings list above.
  2. Each entry in the detail part of the table represents a match from the event.
  3. An entry consists of:
    • the colour used by the player as shown on the left of the row (w=white, b=black, in case you hadn't guessed)
    • the tournament number of the opponent (to find who the opponent actually was, look them up via the player num to name list given by the first two columns)
    • the result of the match (+: win, =: draw, -: loss).
  4. If you hover your cursor over a match result, an information box will pop up giving details of the match.
  5. AOS is average opponent score.
  6. The Grading Calculation columns (if displayed) are:
    • GG - graded games
    • GS - score from graded games only
    • AOG - average opponent grade (note that if a grade difference is > 350, then the opponent grade is adjusted such that the gap is exactly 350 for the purposes of this calculation)
    • ES - expected score (see Grading page for details) //~
    • GC - grade change (see Grading page for details)